Author Archives: Charlie Fiskeaux II

Circonus Update Fall 2018

Circonus Updates, Fall 2018

We’ve recently pushed out several exciting improvements to Circonus. With this release, you can expect the following improvements: Stream Tags […]

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Quantifying WordPress Performance Improvements with circonus-logwatch

Deriving meaningful insights from third-party logs has always been a difficult yet necessary task. Most analysis occurs after-the-fact, when something […]

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A New Day for Navigation and Search

Today we finally rolled out the new navigation menu and search bar that we’ve been working on for a while. […]

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Tags: A Long Time Coming

Ok, we know a lot of you have been asking for tags in Circonus for a long time. Well, they’re […]

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On the Move: Circonus Mobile

It’s been a long time coming, but it’s finally here: a Circonus that’s optimized for low-resolution devices like your smartphone […]

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Dashboards: Redux (or What to Look for in a Performance Monitoring Dashboard)

Last autumn we launched our customizable dashboards for Circonus, and we happen to think they’re pretty sweet. In this post, […]

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Graph Annotations and Events

This feature has been a long time in coming: the ability to annotate your graphs! With the new annotations timeline […]

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Template Web UI

Back in October we released the first version of our new Templating API, allowing you to easily replicate sets of […]

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One Dashboard to Rule Them All

< Ever dream of having a systems monitoring dashboard that was actually useful? One where you could move things around, […]

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A Lotta Love for Keyboard Users

All web users who bemoan the general lack of support for keyboard accessibility in web apps, take heart! Circonus has […]

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